Generic Name and Formulations:
Azelastine HCl 137mcg/spray; aqueous nasal spray; contains benzalkonium chloride.
Indications for ASTELIN:
Seasonal allergic rhinitis. Vasomotor rhinitis.
2 sprays in each nostril twice daily.
Seasonal allergic rhinitis: <5yrs: not established; 5–11yrs: 1 spray in each nostril twice daily. Vasomotor rhinitis: not established.
Avoid eyes. Pregnancy. Nursing mothers: monitor infants.
Potentiates CNS depression with alcohol, other CNS depressants. Caution with other antihistamines.
Bitter taste, headache, somnolence, dysesthesia, nasal burning, pharyngitis, dry mouth, paroxysmal sneezing, nausea, rhinitis, fatigue, dizziness, epistaxis, weight increase, myalgia. Children: also conjunctivitis, cough, asthma.
Ready-Spray—30mL (200 sprays)
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